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Suspect claims he punched and stomped the victim after their sexual encounter, leaving them "bubbling and gurgling"
New Hampshire Rep. Dick Marston made the comment during debate over pro-LGBTQ legislation
Bill's passage has been delayed by COVID-19 pandemic and increased workload for Judiciary Committee
Bill now heads to Gov. Jay Inslee for his signature into law
Bill now heads to desk of Gov. Phil Murphy for his signature into law
Bill would prevent defendants from using a victim's LGBTQ identity to justify crimes like murder and assault
The American Bar Association has previously urged states to pass similar laws
James Miller claimed he stabbed his neighbor after unwanted sexual advances
Both measures hope to bring a greater degree of equality to LGBTQ Illinoisans
The Navy’s most senior enlisted sailor speaks out on transgender military service
The White House has threatened to veto a defense spending bill that includes an anti-gay provision advocates say would open the door to discrimination in...
House Republicans are again attempting to adopt protections for religious liberty in the military that would open the door to discrimination in the wake of...
President Barack Obama approved the defense budget for 2013, issuing a lengthy statement in the early morning hours of Thursday Eastern Time about his qualms...
President Barack Obama defended former Sen. Chuck Hagel on Sunday, describing the Nebraska Republican’s apology for anti-gay comments made in 1998 as evidence of evolving...
The trial of former Army Lt. Dan Choi for failure to obey a lawful order by a police officer was halted abruptly mid-afternoon today when...